Do drug offenders benefit more from treatment than incarceration?
If you choose to use alcohol or drugs illegally and are arrested, you may face serious fines, penalties and lifelong consequences. Conviction for DUI in Tennessee can mean anything from license revocation to a year in jail, depending on how many times you have been arrested before. As you face the reality of a future with a
Understanding The Dangers Of Prescription Pain Relievers
When over-the-counter pain relievers are not enough, doctors may prescribe Opioid-based medications such as Vicodin, Lorcet, Lortab, Oxycontin, and Demorol. Unfortunately, some people become addicted. When the prescription runs out, they turn to illegal sources of the drug. Even though opioid-based pain relievers are legal with a prescription, possessing them without a prescription is a
Legal Marijuana? Not In Tennessee.
Many people think that marijuana is legal if they obtained it legally – for example, bought it in a state such as Colorado. Unfortunately, your “legal” marijuana becomes illegal as soon as you cross the border into Tennessee. Currently, four states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Many other states
Arrested for bringing medical marijuana into Tennessee? Your prescription won’t provide a defense.
In many states, people with certain medical conditions can legally buy and possess marijuana to treat their condition. Unfortunately, medical marijuana laws vary from state to state. If you bring medical marijuana in a state that does not sanction its use, your prescription won’t provide a defense. Tennessee is one state that does not have